Book of Memories of
Lady Florence Mgbechi Ukeje-Eloagu
Please join us and share your memories of this wonderful woman who has touched the lives and hearts of so many people.
Book Owner: The Ukeje-Eloagu Family
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Tribute to my sweet aunt. Can I stop crying? Will my tears ever cease? It has taken me time to write this and come to terms with the reality. Sister, you were a mother like no other to me. You accommodated and taught great life values. Values of perseverance, patience, compassion, endurance, dedication, loyalty, …
ELUAMA DEVELOPMENT UNION, ABUJA BRANCH
EKEBE NA UMUAMA WELFARE UNION, ABUJA BRANCH
Barely a year ago it was your family consoling me over the death of my mum, and today it’s me writing a tribute in honour of your life (a life well lived).I am struggling with referring to you in the past tense because for over forty years you considered me a part of your …
Chika and Uche Okeoma
Aunty! You will be missed. The kind of joy you bring and radiate around people you meet even for the first time left an endearing impression on me. As a young bride, you had on that last hymn as Chika and stepped out together as a couple (this picture captured it all) Our Proverbs …
ARC JOE OGBONNA
REMEMBERING LADY FLORENCE M UKEJE-ELOAGU You were a rare gem who desired the good of all people. You gave out to humanity great gifts of love and hospitality. Your amiable personality kept people around you and that was evident during our family visits. We will surely miss your goodwill and gentle smiles. You imparted …
Mrs Usena Precious Akpaibor
*A TRIBUTE TO MRS FLORENCE UKEJE-ELOAGU.* MAMA ELOAGU, AS WE CALLED HER THEN WAS, SOFT SPOKEN AND GENTLE, WAS IN THE COURSE OF HER CAREER IN LAGOS STATE TEACHING SERVICE, A PRINCIPAL OF DR LUCAS MEMORIAL HIGH SCHOOL, KIRIKIRI IN THE ’90’s. SHE REPORTED IN AS THE PRINCIPAL, WHO BECAME THE TEACHER OF TEACHERS, …
Professor Emmanuel Ogbonna
SIR J. UDEAGHA EGBE AND LADY ROSELINE UGONMA EGBE, KSJI
We knew Lady Florence M. Ukeje Eloagu as a quintessential woman of distinction, a loving and caring mother, and grandmother not only to her biological children, but to all who had the privilege and opportunity of visiting or staying with the family. We always considered it an honour and privilege to host the amiable …
Mummy. The news was most unexpected. It came as a shock. I prayed you will get better. I choose to remember my first meeting with you when I visited with Nneoma from NYSC camp while you were still leaving at Ikoyi. The reception was memorable and very warm. When you relocated to Festac, I …
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